Should I take drop year for JEE 2022?
: If you think your preparation was not good then you can drop one year. But that will be not so easy for you. You need to make your mentality strong, and give your 100% potential to crack this in next year. You need to make a proper time table by that you can utilise the time and prepare the topic with a good understanding. You have to make self notes that will help you. Also you need to talk with recent JEE toppers by that you will know how you can start or improve your preparation. You need to do hard work by that you can easily crack the examination in this year.
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Just because places like Kota produce a significant amount of results doesn’t mean you can ignore the staggering amount of students who actually start their JEE preparations there.
So assuming that there are no good coaching places where you live, the next question is: Is Kota the best place to start your preparation?
It used to be, not any more!!
Lets discuss the Pros and Cons:
Let’s look at the factors in favour of Kota (Pros) :
-World Class faculty. The concepts taught by them will leave you mesmerised at times.
-Amazing preparation material. There is hardly any concept which they will miss out in their materials.
-Competitiveness. Just by looking at how hard people are working will get you started. That guilty feeling will help you push harder.
-You learn a lot by living alone. You will become independent and will learn to manage everything which your parents used to do till now.
-So many messes to choose from. If you don’t like the food from any particular mess, then move onto the next one. If you like it, still no harm in trying the next one.
-You get to interact with so many different kinds of people. (Remember: You’re the average of 5 people around you). So, choose your company wisely.
-Difficult tests which prepare you for the worst. The question papers are usually tougher than what you will encounter in the actual exam.
-Giving a test along with thousands of students prepare you for the actual day. Till then, you will get accustomed to it.
Now, let’s get to Cons:
-A lot of distractions: Smoking, Drinking, Attractions, Cyber Cafe/Counter Strike etc. -Pressure to perform, Pressure to study, Pressure to fulfill parents dreams.
-Too much competition can be demoralizing. Not doing well in initial few tests can be disheartening. (Because it takes time for people to settle in a new environment, therefore reaching your peak may take time)
-Home sickness. You will miss your parents, your friends and your comfortable life.
-Not every batch gets world class profs. Once you’ve paid your installments, lower batches may get new profs which ain’t so good. (Not sure about every institute, but it does happen in some well-known ones).
-No personal attention. People are often too scared to ask personal doubts fearing being mocked or ridiculed by others. When you’re in a class of hundred, this happens a lot.
-Also, climate can be another factor you could look at. It gets pretty cold in Kota during winters.
-Its bloody crowded, there is a very good chance you will be lost in the crowd. -Too much material to solve. If you fall back, it gets very tough to catch up!